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, there he is, joe walsh, allen west. what a group. they have new reasons to be hopeful. li.is ardbl," placfo [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. anatireosinsunce protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ >>> the presidential race is being fought in handful of states and top find out where the real action is, check out the top advertising markets where they are spending the most dollars. number five, right here in washington, d.c., reaching the critical northern suburbs of st. pete., tampa, flora, number three, cleveland. number two is orlando, also in florida. the top market this week f ads, madison, wisconsin, one of the great places in the 1960s to be in. we'll be right back. >>> we're back. most of the attention this campaign season is understandably bn focused on the presidency. but democrats are beginning to dream. what if? what if theyan pofsome of the tea party boogiemen and women who have come to represent the worst of right wing extremism since the tea p
committee for the republicans might cut old joe walsh loose. i don't ow what happened overnight, but this morning, new news on that. they're t tting him ose l. after yesterday's reporting that he was getting cut loose, today the republican house campaign committee says they are reserving that time for joe walsh. political triage is interesting to watch. right? it shows you just how high the stakes are at this point in the campaign. but, of course, this year the e id ahetiot juscomi fro cagnmis. this year a huge amount of the money being cycled into the campaign comes from superpacs and other outside groups, groups that presumably will be going some triaging of their own before long. right now the news from the dark money world is mostljustut muf hes. thisotit on the democratic leaning side, the billionaire george soros announced today he's giving 1 million bucks to a superpac that supports president obama and a half million bucks to superpacs supporti democratic congressional candidates. on the republican leaning side, uyn fil stretch of the campaign. see them on the screen. mul
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reversed. yesterday in "the hill's" reporting in start of the triage season, congressman joe walsh of illinois, among the incumbents being triaged out of funding by the republicans' house campaign committee given the latest polling shows him losing to tammy duckworth by 14 points didn't seem a surprising notion that the house campaign committee for the republicans might cut old joe walsh loose. i don't fknow what happened overnight, but this morning, new news on that. they're not cutting him loose at all. after yesterday's reporting that he was getting cut loose, today the republican house campaign committee says they are reserving that time for joe walsh. political triage is interesting to watch. right? it shows you just how high the stakes are at this point in the campaign. but, of course, this year the money is not just coming from the candidates and the parties' campaign committees. this year a huge amount of the money being cycled into the campaign comes from superpacs and other outside groups, groups that presumably will be going some triaging of their own before long. right
. >>> which tea p cda d crats most like to beat, michelle bachmann, joe walsh, allen west? they have new reasons to be hopeful. the democrats might knock a couple of them off. this is "hardball," the place for politics. ask me what it's like when my tempur-pedic moves. [ male announcer ] why not talk to someone who owns an adjustable version of the most highly recommended bed in america? a me about my tempurdvanced ergo. goes up. goes up. ask me whatt'sike to get a massage anytime yowant. goes down. goes down. [ male announcer ] tempur-pedic brand owners are more satisfied than owners of any traditional mattress brand. ergonomics. [ male announcer ] tempur-pedic. the most highly recommended bed in america. [ female announcer ] for more information or to find a retailer near you, visitempurpec.com >>> we've got two new polls in that voter i.d. law in pennsylvania. the people in the keystone state say they like it, a majority do. 62% of pennsylvanians support e law. % oppos it. same story in a new franklin and marshall poll. 59% say they support it, 39% against it. but the
republican concede that congressman joe walsh of illinois would lose his re-election bid p he's running against iraq war veteran tammy duckworth. is that more competitive? >> there are some signs. the national republican congressional committee, t horeicamn a cable time just yesterday in areas that are included in the eighth district where joe walsh is seeking re-election. so we're seeing some hints at roll call and internal polls floating around that this race could be competitive. still not sure it's vy lo o r illinoisdta a that are competitive but it's rising. >> it's one that a lot of people are watching. so give us the inside scoop. ho el s who else are you looking at that cou be facing the chopping block? >> let's go to florida. davidive air a,e's had a lot of ethical es lyta stories in the miami herald this week. national republicans have not reserved any time there at all. they just pulled out of that race this week. to me, it's a question of whether national republicans will see this as enough of a race to invest. my guess ino. i don't think youill onol s there in the end. the
they can sweep the congressional races ... tammy duckworth and joe walsh are where democrats are most confident ... congresswoman jan schakowsky led the charge against controversial congressman was a fishwalsh ... >>he is an embarrassment to congress and an embarrassment to the republican party >>it is also believed that mrs. obama is crucial to this election ... tammy duckworth well addressed the delegates between seven and eight central and that's followed by other members of the delegation including the governor and the mayor ... it is important to remind democrats and independents of the accomplishments of this administration and the first four years osama bin-laden ... we are live at the convention it officially gets called to order 4:00 central time ... the illinois delegation has prime seating on the floor ... the governor the mayor and tammy duckworth will speak tonight along with the first lady ... the the the latest polls on the presidential relection show a close race ... with republican nominee mitt romney not getting much of a boost from the gop convention. a new gal
of it he is and joe walsh makes news with his remarks is going to be a left hung out to dry. frankly, both parties ultimately look -- their job to get more candidates elected. i think it's important, too, to look at the broader context of what this means for the presidential race, that this race, according to pew, is going to hinge on the size of government and while broadly speaking people do want smaller government, more than larger government, when asked in a larger context when it comes to specifics, as the governor was saying, people are on the side of democrats and that's why you don't hear mitt romney and paul ryan offering a lot of specifics and that's why you have a lot of senate races hinging on candidates have that have taken tough votes. >> i'm going to have to leave it there. ed rendell and margie, thank you for your time this evening. >> thank you. >>> we'll be right back. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wi
are fueling it. >> jennifer: name names? >> michele bachmann. joe walsh in illinois. alan west in florida. >> jennifer: you're naming all of the tea party members. >> maybe coincidence, maybe not. exactly. we're happy to be the one of the day. >> jennifer: you're a prolific communicator as well. in addition to speaking. you have a column that you talked about what happened with the "newsweek" cover which was inflammatory to begin with. you called -- there was a call from the magazine for people to discuss the coverage of islamic or muslim rage from twitter with the hash tag muslim rage. so i want to take a look at some of the responses that were answers to your call. first one, this is muslim rage. that moment when you discover you're out of coffee beans and your only choice is freeze-dried instant coffee or none. outrageous rage. >> i'm getting outrageous. some rage. i have to contain myself. >> jennifer: when you're trying to focus on your prayer at the mosque and someone's phone goes off blasting gangnan style.
, joe walsh is in trouble. he's got a tough district in northern chicago. and tammy duckworth is a pretty good candidate with a pretty good personal story. i think republicans sort of have a wash that one away. but michele bachmann has raised and spent $16 million during this campaign. more than any house member than the speaker boehner. she's had a huge fund-raising advantage. same thing with alan west down in florida. $10 million. are they targets, good for fund-raising for democrats? but when it comes down to it in the house races when you're raising that kind of money presidential campaign money. obviously she was a candidate. i still think she's going to be tough to beat. >> eliot: democratic party should love the tea party. it has destroyed the republican party and has given the white house back to president obama. that's a conversation for another day. national political reporter for politico, david catanese. as always, thanks for your great analysis. >> sure. thanks a lot. >> eliot: for the nfl r
. >> karen, in light of that, because that is exactly what i'm driving at -- >> yep. >> joe walsh is running against tam knee duck worth in illinois. he's losing the race by 14 points. some of the biggest tea party seats in the house are being challenged. michele bachmann swept into office in 2010 with a 13-point lead. now she's only two points ahead of her opponent. allen west, nine-point lead in 2010 has turned into a statistical dead heat in 2012. congressman steve king held an impressive 33% lead in 2010, is now down to single digits. is this a rejection of their ideas and could lead to the country moving away from this extreme right philosophy in terms of a takeover by politics in washington? >> yes, if as president obama said, because he was right when he said that real power is not here in washington, you don't change washington from the inside, it does mean that people from the outside, it's not just about who gets elected. that's very important. and then people outside of washington have to keep the pressure on their members of congress to hold them accountable for what they said th
. >>> more from the realm of crazy. joe walsh, another birther, a tea partier with a another town hall. the subject, the recent law school graduate to spoke up about birth control. here is the rebuttal from mr. walsh. >> so at the democratic convention wednesday night first prime time speech was sandra fluke, whatever her name is. 30, 31, 32-year-old law student who gets up there in front of the national audience and tells the american people, i want america to pay for my contraception. they're kidding me. go get a job. go get a job, sandra. >> why does he have to be irish? graduating from a prestigious law school in your early 30s makes you a student for life. walsh might be out of a job himself when voters hit the polls this over. >>> up next, you think mitt romney would be ready for the question about what tax deductions he'd eliminate to pay for his big tax cut plan. yesterday on "meet the press" he wasn't ready. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. i'm an expert on softball. and tea parties. i'll have more awkward conversations than i'm equipped for because i'm rais
for congress against joe walsh in illinois and will speak momentarily. let's bring in now brit hume and he'll be the lead in, kind of the warm-up act for miss duckworth. i'm obsessed with this, and i know it's foolish. but ted kennedy, attacking mitt romney from the grave. did that grab you at all? >> well, it was a video and it looked like a gratuitous kind of a shot at romney. this is what do you at convention, you try to score points. i didn't think it was out of bounds but i think we have seen several things over the past several days suggesting for all of the efforts they've made, and as long as they've been trying to get this president reelected, that the obama team is a little rusty and out of practice. you had the thing over the weekend over are you better off? they couldn't seem to get their answer straight on that examine spent monday working to try to walk that back. then you had this problem that the president had when asked what grade he would give himself? he said an incomplete. >> bill: didn't you admire that answer? >> no! that was a terrible answer. >> bill: why? >> the be
house campaign committee says they are reseing that time for joe walsh. political triage is interting to watch. righ ithows yout highe st are at is point in the campaign. but, of course, this year the money is not just coming from the candidates and the parties' campaign committees. this year a huge amount of the money being cycled into the campaign comes from superpacs and other outside groups,ups at psumay be ing rig ir o before long. right now the news from the dark money world is mostly just about how much of it there is. and there is a lot of it. on the democratic leaning side, the blionaire george soros announced today he's giving 1 million bucks to a surpac that lf monks t superpacs supporting democratic congressional candidates. on the republica leaning side, ad buys, in the final stretch of the campaign. see em on the screen. multimillion dollar ad buys in some states. in se at trein adtates that neighbor swing states. this ad made by the american future fund. see, they're buying time in minnesota, not necsarily because minnesota is a swing state, but the media markets they'
, and pig, and we don't know their real names. anyway i was calling because joe walsh came in to my husband's diolisis center and he didn't bother shaking black people's hands. because he knows they are going to vote for barack obama. >> stephanie: oh, yeah that guy. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: lindsay lohan reportedly drunk when she hit a chef. she was slurring. she smelled like alcohol. they claimed like i was nothing, and when he asked why she hit him with her porsche, she said you have to get out of the way. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: she said i had to get out of the way. that seems reasonable. it's not like she didn't give him fair warning. wow. wow. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie: she is like amanda biens. she is out of control. >> stephanie: battle star. every week she would be pulled over for another dui -- >> stephanie: his kids just sit at home by yourself and drink a box of wine like normal mean. >> i think it's child actors having too much success too soon. [♪ "world news tonight" theme ♪] >> stephanie
. >> it is a terrific state. we have a lot of opportunities. joe walsh, the more he says the better we do. the advertising strategy i recommend. robert dole is very endangered. all the polling we have seen, there has not been a lot of communicating. he is doubt in the low-40's. what is important about the tide races is you have to think about where is the push going to come from? i maintain the districts that are tighter now. he isn't not even endorse the republican nominee. very competitive. the polling has been terrific. our expenditure is up there. the communicating just started. i think we'll see the numbers move to tighten up very quickly. >> thank you so much for being here. we're going to take a quick break and bring up duffy. >> our final panel of the morning, we have the jennifer duffy, the senator. these folks know what is going on in tell us everything that they just said is not quite true. but start with you. what did you hear from romney? where does the senate landscapes stand today? >> i do not think he was overstating much when he said that the landscape has changed. when t
to the very end. >> talk about illinois. >> it is a terrific state. we have a lot of opportunities. joe walsh, the more he says the better we do. the advertising strategy i recommend. robert dole is very endangered. all the polling we have seen, there has not been a lot of communicating. he is doubt in the low-40's. what is important about the tide races is you have to think about where is the push going to come from? i maintain the districts that are tighter now. he isn't does even endorse the republican nominee. very competitive. the polling has been terrific. our expenditure is up there. the communicating just started. i think we'll see the numbers move to tighten up very quickly. >> thank you so much for being here. we're going to take a quick break and bring up duffy. >> our final panel of the morning, we have the jennifer duffy, the senator. these folks know what is going on in tell us everything that they just said is not quite true. but start with you. what did you hear from romney? where does the senate landscape stand today? >> i do not think he was overstating much when he said tha
secretary of veterans affairs. she's now running for congress as a democrat against joe walsh. >> hi, everyone. my name is tammy duckworth. i'm running to serve illinois's eighth congressional district. my father, my father served in the army and the marine corps. ooh ra. a vietnam vet, his family has worn our nation's uniform since the revolution. my husband is an army officer and my brother saved lives in the coast guard. my mom is thai and chinese and she proudly became a citizen in her 50s. dad's work took us all over the world until he lost his job. it was a tough time. we used up our savings. moved into a studio apartment. but our family did the responsible thing and we rolled up our sleeves. mom took in sewing. my 55-year-old dad kept looking for work, but at 15 years old, i was the only one with a job. after school, for minimum wage. thank god for the food stamps, public education and grants that helped me finish high school. and college. in time, we pulled through. with this start, i was able to earn my own commission as an army officer and i became an assault helicopter pil
talking. >> stephanie: and congressman joe walsh said something and congressman steve king. these are folks really trying to drive the country backwards. i think we're also seeing these historic numbers of women running for office saying enough already. let's move forward here. >> stephanie: aisha tyler was saying it felt so patronizing whether it was ann romney legaling i love you women, or putting condoleezza rice -- oh look, we have chicks black person hispanic, and meanwhile those policies don't help any of those people. >> that's right. this is actually about walking the walk, and the democratic party does that every single day. >> stephanie: right. >> you are see so many great women speaking this week who have done so much for this country, and who will do so much for this country. >> stephanie: i think nobody is saying condo lee sha rice isn't a great woman, but we were just talking about voter suppression. maybe you ought to say something about that if you grew up in alabama. if you followed a lot of their pollties you still wouldn't be able to
me are salon's joe walsh who is sheepish about these things. and howard fineman, my pal, who knows the truth. he's a political analyst and the great kristine quinn, a speaker who i believe is running for mayor of the great city of new york. so you get -- so the new kid on the block, and you're irish. >> thank you. thank you. >> you get to speak first here, kristine. chris, rather. let me -- i have never seen a night so strongly spoken for, spoken to, spoken about women. >> whether it was the first lady or mayor castro speaking so powerfully about his mom and his grandmother, it was a message tonight about the role that families, particularly ones led by women have played in the history of america and how we need to focus on them to move us even further forward. i think it was a moving and uplifting life for everyone. >> it was family values, the word, the phrase the republicans seem to own, like a captive. >> and it was every family value. i have to tell you to hear the first lady say that every proud american should get to go to the altar to marry who they love, it sent up a chill
been a longtime photographer going back to the first glory days of bill walsh and joe montana and maybe we are seeing bands begin again. so thank you, michael. [applause] >> i think we have time for a couple more. >> i just want to follow up on michael's story, michael's companion and that group of lawyers. he was the chairman on the board at haight-ashbury clinic and callanan organized the freedom riders upon mississippi. i had never heard anything like that and now is the first time i got the idea of disaggregated health care in this and we would go to their office at 81980 and there is hallinan and that mixes also willie brown. [inaudible] would testify in court cases for tony sir and my feet was tony would tell me stories. he was incredible storyteller. he was not good of finance. his idea he would drive a car comic is so many ticket and let the police take it away. he never paid any bills. >> i just to say when david called me up to be interviewed about the book, i said god, cannot even remember that time. and it was a really rare moment in the sun and hunter thompson was the manag
there. joe walsh, the more he says, the better we do. robert dole is very endangered. that is the district where obama got 60% of the vote. his -- dole is in the 40's. it is a troubled sign. what is important about the tied races, where is the push coming from? this is barack obama's home state. i maintain the distress that are tied right now, they will get pushed over the edge. the other interesting one, the 13th district. he has not endorsed the republican nominee. but very competitive seats for us. the polling has been terrific. our spending is up there and the opponent of bobby shilling, the numbers will tighten up very quickly. >> thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> the national journal along with univision and abc news host of the discussion on the hispanic vote and the white rock collection wednesday. julian castro and the los angeles mayor talked about issues impacting the hispanic community and increasing voter turnout among latinos. this is over one hour. >> good afternoon and welcome. my name is ron brownstein. also a political analyst for ab
the football off the tee. >> cris: you're so used to seeing the bill walsh and joe montana and eve young offensive juggernaut kind of teams. this team looks more like the baltimore ravens or the pittsburgh steelers. they are going to the win with this defense and you can see why. >> al: and they hope enough offense, as the kickoff by hanson is taken four yards in. kendall hunter is going to come away with it. and he gets bumped down at the 15 yard line. 3:33 left in the third. san francisco by eight. . 's it end? with you driving us to wendy's. wendy's asiago ranch chicken club is totally unexpected. our boldly spicy whole filet... applewood smoked bacon... and natural asiago cheese. way past ordinary... that's wendy's way. now that's better. and now get a frosty for just 99 cents. with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card, we earn more cash back for the things we buy most. 1% cash back everywhere, every time. 2% on groceries. 3% on gas. automatically. no hoops to jump through. no annual fee. that's 1% back on... wow! 2% on my homemade lasagna. 3% back on [ friends ] road trip!!!!!
is in a contentious race against republican congressman joe walsh. her second attempt to get into congress. clearly, a lot of people, again, this is another one of those moments in the hall where basically kind of the hall stopped, people were watching very closely. >> well, there's no question. look last week, republicans made a huge mistake. they did not mention afghanistan. and as a result, john mccain mentioned it in passing, but mitt romney failed to mention it. tonight, what democrats really want to do is talk about that we stand behind those 70,000 men and women in afghanistan. we want to bring them home responsibly. tonight, michelle obama will also make reference to their struggle, their plight, and of course the fallen heroes of this country. >> alex, did it surprise you that mitt romney did not mention afghanistan in his speech? >> you know, one speech is not a campaign. there are different things you do in different places in a campaign. should he have at least noted it? probably. but that's what you have a campaign for. he focused on the economy. he had a job to do. and he did it. >> h
casino. jim harbaugh reminds me of bill walsh. he makes every roll just as important as everybody on that team no matter what your roll. i used to sit on the bench and warm the aluminum for joe montana when he came off. that role was just as important as everybody's. >> absolutely. >> you did a great job. >> i made that3transition from wooden benches to aluminum. >> all right. >> thanks, shu. >> that's it for this edition of abc news. i'm ama dates. >> and i'm alan wang. abc news continues tomorrow morning at 4:30. >> for leigh glaser and mike shumann, thanks for joining us p you can get our alarm clock app from the apple app store. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary breakfast pastry that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. can dodge a question. honey, how'd that test go? [ female announcer ] in just 60 seconds, you've got snack-defying, satisfying totino's pizza rolls. mmmm. mmm hmmm. mmmm. [ female announcer ] i
continued, no president in my lifetime has been as vulnerable to humor as president obama. joan walsh -- >> the idea that this president has not been challenged in public, he was heckled by a reporter in the rose garden. he was heckled during a speech by joe wilson saying you lie. this is their wishful thinking and absolute -- >> effectively mocked, though. "saturday night live" only found somebody to play him. >> and i got to think -- did they read the "vanity fair" article. this is a guy dying to be in the -- this is a president who gets the most competitive folks to challenge him over and over again and unless you actually break his nose with your elbow he's going to bring you back again. he doesn't want deference. i suspect if romney tries to go large and go strong with this president, it might be an interesting set of debates. >> a great line in the michael lewis piece where they said what happens to the people who got soft on the president in these games and they said they don't get invited back. >> the point it it's true that obama hasn't held a whole lot of press conferences t
-- we have been talking about this how the stench is going to go down the ballot. joe walsh, tammy duckworth has a significant lead. >> i would like to see joe walsh by prosthesises in both home and congress. >> stephanie: representative steve king is facing christy vilsack. she is very popular there. how about that [ censor bleep ] mischel bachmann! [ applause ] >> a tight race there. >> stephanie: jim graves looking good. bachmann's fund-raising letters are now starting to sound more desperate. so we'll see. ap editor there wasn't enough time and space to debunk all of bachmann's lies. >> and john has to go? >> stephanie: good-bye john fugelsang. >> happy birthday steph i'll see you tomorrow. >> stephanie: thank you, john. orly taitz next. ♪ used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct. ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> happy b-b-birthday thing from the other world you. >> stephanie: thank you. i'm trying to say hello by our friends at grang
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